Mentors
  • Welcome to the Thfkdlf…

    The team behind up and coming UK Streetwear brand THFKDLF talk to XWHY about their worldwide appeal, how they would make the world a better place and their fucked life before fashion. We recently stole some time with one of the […]

  • Cowlin: House Magic, Groupie Love and the Eiffel Tower

    Ahead of his set at WE ARE FSTVL this Saturday, we got to have a little chat with the young Reading-based DJ / Producer Cowlin or Daniel Cowling to his friends. Touching upon “Groupie Love”, arseholes and Cowlin’s lessons in […]

  • Mitchel Galvin – Introducing Mr ‘Nicce’

    XWHY catches up with Founder of NICCE London: Mitchel Galvin-Farnol, to discuss being a natural business man, his love of Will Smith and his simple yet effective way of selling ice to eskimos. Starting any kind of business is not […]

  • Matti Hemmings – “Young People Don’t Really Fear Anything”

    Michael talks to Matti Hemmings, professional BMX Flatland Rider and finds him to be a lot less “sex maniac” than he first assumed… I guess it says something about the effect that films such as Kids have had on my […]

  • Dani Osvaldo: Inside the Mind of a Maverick

    XWHY’s gets an exclusive with Dani Osvaldo – to talk about narcissism, Malcolm Gladwell and time-travel… For a footballer with enough talent, there will always be a manager who believes they can be tamed – football folklore is full of […]

  • Daniel Hirschmann – Technology Will Save Us

    Natasha Bird meets super-geek-come-superhero Daniel Hirschman, to chat time machines, resourcefulness and how much sellotape is enough sellotape… Technology is great. Without a pocket-sized Insta-portal to the filtered and framed world, how would we know that our cheeseburger really is […]

  • Painter: The Art of Explosive

    His explosive portraits are so unique that he’s had commissions from some of the biggest names in the world, including Bruce Lee Enterprises, Star Trek, Ali and Thunderbirds. Partnering with several international motorsports teams and capturing the likes of Sir […]

  • Film Producer: The Boundaries of Taste

    Italian-Canadian Joseph Tito is no stranger to controversy. As a young, but markedly successful film producer, his seminal works have all involved boundary-pushing, in some form or another. He produced and directed the 2011 feature film, Death of the Virgin, […]

  • Entrepreneur: Conscious Fashion

    Joe Williams talks rioting, slogans and giving back to the community He might masquerade as a media buyer, but don’t be fooled by his Clarke Kent desk job. Joe Williams is a man on a mission – to bring politics […]

  • Entrepreneur: Designed and Redefined

      Michael Lenz survives angry alcoholics and sleepy suburbs to bring us his latest designs   Some people go into banking. Others head for Shoreditch and end up with a hapless booze-hound smashing bottles of whisky at their feet. No […]